I had my ex served exactly 28 days ago. She has yet to respond. She sent me an email begging for an extension. I reached out to her several times asking to solve our issues outside of court and letting her know she didn't need to respond if we cou...
If you want free advice, do the lawyers the courtesy of reading your question.
Deaf adult instead of default? Arabica instead of idea?
I purchased a service from a business and it was bad so I wrote a what happened in Yelp review. That business owner replied on Yelp stating "Even after your appointment when you told me you'd rather have an "Indian" work on you instead of a "whit...
A pro per without a lawyer "may" do it, but there is a reason that law school takes 3 years and then they make you take the bar exam. A pro per "can" not handle a libel case.
Frankly you have no damages other than hurt feelings (e.g. you didn't have psychiatric bills or require medication.)
I was the victim of a horrific crime in Riverside County CA. I was beaten mercilessly and held hostage for 6 hours. The person that did this is now representing himself and will not take a deal. I was told i woyld have to testify in criminal co...
In the courtroom, the judge normally will prevent the defendant from "crossing the line". The DA can also be expected to object to improper questioning.See question
I'm a combat veteran and pipefitter in the Union. I have a 17 year old daughter. Three years ago CPS got involved and told us our daughters boyfriend was a couch surfer bouncing around from couch to couch and our daughter was in sex trafficking an...
This all has nothing to do with you being a veteran, or being a union member, or ...
Report the theft to the police and stay away from that person.
It's very sad about your daughter, but she will either grow out of these bad choices or she won't.
Thank you all for responding so quickly to my question. About an hour ago I submiited a question regarding my son breaking his leg on an un-kept pracitice field. I just now found out that his coaches made him sign a release after he broke his leg...
I cannot see what the exchange of "value" was to justify enforcing any "release" your son may have signed. Further, he is presumably a minor, so any agreement made by him is voidable.
Don't do this without a lawyer - it is NOT a do it yourself project.
I filed for chapter 13 at our first hearing the Attorney did not show up his paralegal represented us instead. Come to find out the paralegal worked for the trustee. Also, we never even had the chance to meet or speak to our attorney. I tried nume...
A paralegal cannot "appear" for anyone and if they do it is the unauthorized practice of law.
Anyone working for the Trustee is not working for you.
PS - that is a huge, if not unconscionable amount as a Chapter 13 fee. You need to consult another bankruptcy attorney and have them review the file, perhaps take over the case, and perhaps get most of your money back.
I am changing this from Ethics to Bankruptcy.
I was driving in la and i drove past traffic lights and signaling to turn left, but car hit me. So a month later her insurance was trying to get a hold of me and listen to my story, but i have been busy working and cant answer sometimes. Now the p...
Law students are asked legal advice all the time and threaten to sue all the time.
Just tender this matter to your insurance company and let them handle the case.
I was involved in a non-fault car accident in which my car was badly damaged (as was the other driver's). The other driver has sued for damages. I have recently filed a cross complaint stating the estimated damage to my vehicle (estimated by mysel...
First, the insurance company is in charge of the litigation not you, and they will settle or fight as they see fit.
Second, as pointed out by Mr. Light, your opinion has zero legal value, or does that of an attorney.
Arguing with your insurance company about what they will pay is an uphill battle.
By the way, failing to tender the defense of the lawsuit to your insurance company may mean that they no longer have to defend you, or to pay. What made you decide to do this in pro per is a mystery.
person we hired as an accountant consultant, then ask to be the CFO and accountant, so we did later he told the board that they were convicted of a Embezzlement which is a felony. Can we put them off the board.
Your question is unclear about what your bylaws say, but that's where the answer would be found.
Officers are appointed by the Board of Directors, who can also replace them.
Companies change accountants all the time.